Eleventh day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. During a press conference in Kiev, the captured Russian soldiers called on their comrades to do everything possible to end the war in Ukraine. Visa has announced that it will work with its customers and partners in Russia to stop all visa transactions in Russia in the coming days. At tvn24.pl we cover events in and around Ukraine.
> On the morning of February 24, Vladimir Putin announced the start of the invasion of Ukraine. The Russian military has since fired missiles at Ukrainian and civilian targets Kiev has not yet been taken. According to the Pentagon, Russia is already 90 percent involved in the invasion. Troops concentrated around Ukraine.
> Ukraine has appealed to NATO to create a no-fly zone on its borderThe so-called no-fly zone to defend against Russian airstrikes.
> NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has called on Vladimir Putin to “immediately stop the occupation of Ukraine and withdraw troops.” At the same time, he stressed that NATO would not be a part of the conflict with Russia in Ukraine.
> The Zaporizhia nuclear power plant was attacked and shelled by the Russians on Thursday night. Immediately a fire broke out in the area adjacent to it. The Ukrainian Atomic Energy Regulatory Commission and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have confirmed that radiation remains unchanged. The IAEA announced that no reactor was damaged at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant.
> Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said the United States had not noticed a change in the readiness of Russian nuclear forces after Russian President Vladimir Putin put them on “special war readiness” on Sunday. > US Secretary of State Anthony Blingen He arrived in Poland on Saturday. He spoke with Polish politicians and, among other things, visited the reception center in Młyny in the Podcarp region. He also gave an interview to TVN24.
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